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Famous First Person Paragraphs

Unit 9: Looking through the Lens of the First Person Narrator
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Objective: SWBAT identify and compare key elements in the first paragraphs of famous first-person novels and memoirs.

Big Idea: A novel's first paragraph provides a road map for the reader...where will it take us?

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